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Clinical Guidelines for Working with Cancer Patients During

Clinical Guidelines for Working with Cancer Patients During a Pandemic This live webinar, featuring Jillian Bissar, LCSW-S was recorded on May 7th. This presentation will focus on professional considerations and clinical guidelines for competent practice, prevention for burnout and compassion fatigue as well as how to utilize existing clinical skill sets to address the unique challenges present in providing coping and practical supports to cancer patients during a crisis.
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Couples Facing Cancer (Aug 2016) Webinar Recording

Communicating & Connecting: Gender- and Strength-Based Psychosocial Support for Couples Facing Cancer with Courtney Bitz, MSW, LCSW and Ellen Polamero, MSW, LCSW, ACHP-SW, OSW-C, was recorded August 2016. The webinar will address how to apply the gender strengths based framework and adapt current research that is primarily based on opposite sex relationships to same-sex couples. We will explore how clinicians can directly address issues of gender with same sex couples in order to work with the unique relationship at hand. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.

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Enhancing the Role of OSW (Jul 2016) Web Recording

Enhancing the Role of Oncology Social Work in Advance Care Planning with Shirley Otis-Green, MSW, MA, ACSW, LCSW, OSW-C, was recorded July 2016. This Webinar will address common concerns associated with ACP and provide a range of resources to aid social workers in having quality ACP conversations across settings and populations. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Ethics in Oncology: Truth-Telling

Ethics in Oncology: Truth-Telling with Tracy Borgmeyer, LCSW, and Wendy Walters, LICSW, OSW will be recorded September 2017. Specifically, We will examine truth-telling and disclosure in terms of historical paternalism, legal developments relevant to disclosure, and varying approaches to ethical dilemmas. We will discuss the role and expertise of oncology social workers to address the concerns of patients, families, and clinical teams surrounding truth-telling. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.

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Ethics, Inequity and Pandemic: Challenges for Social Workers

Ethics, Inequity and Pandemic: Challenges for Social Workers This webinar, featuring Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C, FAOSW, was recorded on April 10, 2020. As the US and the world confront the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare professionals are faced with difficult decisions and limited resources. Utilitarian (“greatest good for the greatest number of people”) foundations for decision making are being well circulated in the press. But this framework can lead to moral distress and moral injury. We are also coping with this pandemic in a unique manner-one of shared trauma. Not only are we the helpers; but we are also experiencing this trauma with our clients, our community and our world. This webinar will provide an overview of utilitarian decision making, applications to pandemic, bioethical principles and social work core values as they relate to the current COVID-19 crisis. Challenges of social distancing and privilege will also be addressed with an ethical lens. We will then shift to look at the impact of moral distress and injury and the potential for post traumatic growth and advocacy for change and preparedness at a the micro-mezzo-and macro levels.
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Hindsight is 2020: Claiming Space For Oncology Social Work a

Hindsight is 2020: Claiming Space For Oncology Social Work as a Behavioral Health Clinician Jenny Kwak, LCSW, OSW-C was recorded in January 2021. After working as an advanced clinical social worker at Stanford Health Care for 14 years, Jenny Kwak, LCSW, OSW-C, created her current position as the radiation oncology behavioral health therapist. In this webinar, she will describe the pilot, methods of tracking and advocacy for the position she created. Attendees will learn about clinical interventions used, advocacy for a new position, ways to integrate into a new department and role differentiation. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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How to Support Family Coping During the Holidays and Beyond

How to Support Family Coping during the Holidays and Beyond Shelby Doyle, LCSW, OSW-C was recorded in December 2020. The holidays, while usually a joyful and festive time, can create anxiety and stress for patients who may experience mixed emotions toward celebrating this season and be limited in how they can participate in their usual traditions. For patients with children, additional stress may be placed on the family as they worry about creating happy memories for their children during this special time. Cancer disrupts many routines and role responsibilities within a family unit due to treatment demands, frequent hospitalizations, potential decline in household income and a decrease in the physical and emotional availability of both parents. Patients may worry about how to communicate with their children and help them cope with the many changes in their lives. As oncology social workers, it is within our scope of practice to provide psychosocial support for the entire family as they adjust and progress throughout their cancer trajectory. This webinar will cover how to best support patients who are parents during the holiday season and beyond, as well as how to influence age-appropriate, open communication to support and increase overall family well-being. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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I'm So Tired: Evidence-Based Behavioral Interventions for Ca

I'm So Tired: Evidence-Based Behavioral Interventions for Cancer-Related Fatigue with Patrice Al-Shatti, MSW, LMSW was recorded July 2017. Specifically, we will review an original, biopsychosocial, evidence-based model for conceptualizing and assessing patient fatigue and will describe the strategies proven most effective for each of the problem areas that contribute to a given patient's fatigue profile. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Integrated Mental Health and Cancer Care for Individuals wit

"Integrated Mental Health and Cancer Care for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness" with Amy Corevelyn and Dr. Kelly Irwin was recorded in August, 2018.
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